Vintage Penmanship Magazine - online edition
Welcome to The American Penman Online
January 1932, Vol.49, Number Five
THE A.N. PALMER COMPANY PUB.
55 FIFTH AVENUE NEW YORK
Table of Contents
Fifth Article in Course in Business Writing
Good Writers Club News
Pen Drawing and Design
Four Posters from Gary School Exhibit
Teaching the Capital Letters
Anna D. Huzzard
How I Smoothed the Path for my Children
Angus H. Adley
Mertis V. Peister
The Puzzle Page
The Naughty Duckling
Announcement of N.A.P.T.S. Exhibit
Course in Ornamental Penmanship
Wisconsin Teachers Association Handwriting Section
Getting a Laugh Out of Life
Students' Specimen Department
Entire Contents Copyright 1932
The American Penman
was published by the A. N. Palmer Company in New York.
The magazine was devoted to Penmanship and other fields of Business Education.
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